This Science Story was actually true, here is the full story below:
Just a quick video message from me to you all.
Have a wonderful summer holiday.
Welcome back to Queensferry Primary STEM Online.
This week there are three challenges to choose from across the whole school.
You can choose to try one, two or all three of these challenges. Choose from the height, length or distance challenge.
Use an A4 piece of paper to create something that fits the challenges in the videos.
I will post successful measurements at the bottom of this page and update it regularly. All of the video links are in the STEM classroom under the heading of Paper Challenges, just choose which one or ones you want to try. Remember you have to click on ‘present’ at the top, so the links work properly:
This is the link for the distance one if you choose to try that.
Longest Paper Chain p1 – p3 = 514cm
Longest Paper Chain p4 – p7 = 728cm
Tallest Tower p1 – p3 = 116cm
Tallest Tower p4 – p7 = 97cm
Furthest Distance Travelled p1 – p3 = 700cm
Furthest Distance Travelled p4 – p7 = 444cm
This week the Science Story was FALSE.
There is a new type of 3D printed vegan steak made from rice, peas and seaweed but it is not going on sale anywhere soon.
Here is the real story:
I hope you guessed correctly.
Welcome back to another week of Queensferry Primary STEM Online.
This week there is no need to copy the activities at home, unless you really want to do them and the adults are happy for you to do them.
In my classroom, there are three videos linked to Early, First and Second Level.
Once you are in the classroom you may have to click on ‘Present’ to get it started.
The new Science Story is there too with the answer to last weeks story linked underneath.
This weeks Science Story about the masks selling out in Thailand was TRUE.
Have a look at the news story in the link below:
Please click on the link below for this week’s grid of activities for health week.
Keep checking Seesaw daily for our updates and challenges, and continue sharing your posts of what you have been working on – we love seeing what you are getting up to!
We will expect to see evidence from every pupil for each activity on the weekly grid on Seesaw and will be keeping track of what you are up to! As always, please get in touch with either Miss Petrie or Mrs Weir with any questions or comments, via the addresses below: